Foodistini Rezept mit Hafer Pfirsich Tarte
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Peach Tarte with Oat Crumbs

The used oat products were provided for free from Alleskörner.

And now my series about oat comes to an end after a tasty breakfast and lunch with a peach tarte for dessert.

I used oat once more for the crumbs, oat bran and oat flakes to be specific. These give the crumbs a very crispy consistency, though they are a bit firmer and crumblier than your standard-wheat-crumbs. I also use oat in the dough – oat flour to be precise. This is always a whole-grain-flour, but has different glueing consistencies than wheat flour. And thus it will barely rise if yeast is added. So you should only substitute about 20-30% of the normal amount of flour in a recipe with oat flour, if you would like to add a nutty and slightly bitter taste.

And if you though my logo might represent an oat panicle, I am sorry to disappoint you. Oat grows in small bells, while barley will form long beards as those seen in my logo. But nevertheless a huge thank you to Alleskönner for providing me with the opportunity to learn so much about oat.

Foodistini Rezept mit Hafer Pfirsich Tarte
 


 

Recipe – Peach Tarte with Oat Crumbs

 
Amount: 1 Tarte; Time: 20 minutes preparation, 30 minutes resting, 50 minutes baking time

 

Ingredients:

  • 105 g soft unsalted butter, separated
  • 40 g sugar
  • 1 tsp yeast
  • Zest of 1/2 lemon
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract (or 1 bag vanilla sugar)
  • 150 g wheat flour
  • 50 g oat flour
  • 60 g jogurt
  • 30 ml oat milk
  • 30 g oat bran
  • 30 g oat flakes
  • 15 g brown sugar
  • 3 peaches

 

Recipe – Peach Tarte with Oat Crumbs

 

Place 55 g soft butter in a mixing bowl. Put the other 50 g butter in a small bowl and set aside.

Add 40 g white sugar, 1 tsp yeast, zest of 1/2 lemon and 1 pinch of salt to the mixing bowl and stir together to a creamy consistency with a hand mixer.

Then add 1 egg and 1 tsp vanilla extract and mix until well combined.

Now add 150 g wheat flour and 50 g oat flour. Warm 60 g Jogurt and 30 ml oat milk in a small bowl in the microwave and add to the mixing bowl as well. Stir everything together just until a lump free dough forms.

Place the dough on a tarte form laid out with baking paper. Spread out evenly and let it rest for 30 minutes covered with aluminium foil.

Preheat your oven to 390° F (200° C, upper- and lower heat).

Add to the remaining butter in the small bowl 30 g oat bran, 30 g oat flakes and 15 g brown sugar. Mix everything together with a fork.

Wash 3 peaches and cut into fine stripes. Lay them slightly overlapping in two columns on the tarte. Then spread the crumbs over it.

Bake the tarte at 390° F (200° C, upper- and lower heat) for 30 minutes. Then cover it with the aluminium foil and bake another 20 minutes.

 
Oat milk may be substituted with another vegetable milk or normal milk. Oat flour may be substituted with wheat flour and oat bran with oat flakes. And of course also the fruits on this tarte may be variated (for example use plums or apples or apricots).

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